April Newsletter

News from Doors to Wellbeing, Volume 2 April 2121.

Join Waynette Brock and others for this support group each Wednesday. This is a time to check in on our wellness and learn from each other. 

January Newsletter D2W

Doors To Wellbeing (D2W), a project of the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery, has
been yet again funded by SAMHSA as a National Consumer Technical Assistance Center. D2W
works toward bringing the greatest advancements and evidence-based best practices for
consumer and peer support led initiatives across the United States. Our primary focus is to
educate Peer Specialists and the mental health workforce on the successful integration of
peer support workers in behavioral health treatment delivery systems. Read the full newsletter!

Amey Dettmer
Congratulations Amey Dettmer on being honored with Disruptive Innovator Award!
At the 12th Annual International Association of Peer Supporters Conference held in Orlando Florida, Amey Dettmer was honored with the Disruptive Innovator Award.  This award honors a young adult who has made a signi


The Copeland Center For Wellness & Recovery, non-profit organization, came from people getting together and asking what they could do for themselves to stay well. It was from the leadership of those folks in Vermont that led us to understand the power of people standing up and speaking about their own lives.

The Copeland Center's Summer newsletter is now available as a PDF file. Please feel free to print and share.

The winter newsletter featuring "The Power of WRAP" is now available, including articles by Mary Ellen Copeland, Matthew Federici and Khatera Aslami. You will also find more information about the WRAP Around the World Conference in Oakland; and keep up with the upcoming events and trainings.

This edition continues celebrating 15 years of WRAP and focuses on "Taking WRAP into the Future, the next 15 Years and Beyond". Also In this issue...."WRAP Goes to High School", Japanese WRAP Workbook, WRAP Correspondence Course, articles by Mary Ellen Copeland and Matthew Federici.

In this issue....answers to your questions about WRAP as an evidence-based practice; a message from Dr. Copeland; wellness tools for everyone and more.